Club are marching their way to the top of drilldance
THE team from Trilogy drilldance club was first up on the program at the 2016 Australian Drilldance Championships in Adelaide and set a high standard for those who followed.
Spokeswoman Lorraine Anderson said the ladies were pleased with their results, having gained advanced four places over their previous nationals appearance.
This follows on from the team’s third placing at the Queensland State Titles which were held in Brisbane in early April.
Coach Trish Flewin is certain the team is working its way to the top.
“Much of the credit for the team’s improvement must go to Coach Trish Flewin.
who this year instigated a new training regime for the ladies,” Lorraine said.
“Her passion for technical perfection is remarkable and we are so grateful for her dedication to the task.
“The new regime is less physically demanding and therefore more enjoyable.
“The emphasis is now placed on ‘getting it right’.”
Trilogy masters is about fun, fitness and friendship … with just a hint of competitiveness.
The team is made up of members aged from 45 to 67 years.
Most of the members were marching girls in their youth and have returned to the now re-named sport they love so much.
The club is holding a “come and try” evening from 6pm on Wednesday, June 22 at Highland Reserve State School, 570 Reserve Rd, Upper Coomera.
For more information, phone Rachael on 0410007350 or Marie on 0457001689.